Nick Quaranto

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Nick Quaranto

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GitHub Rebase #43

github-rebase(1) – Forward-port awesome projects to the updated upstream head Featured Project memcached is the battle tested in-memory key/value store that helps power GitHub among countless other sites and makes its home here. With memcached,

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GitHub Rebase #42

Welcome back to GitHub Rebase! It’s a .NET week here on the Rebase. If you’ve got a suggestion for themes or projects let me know! Featured Project masstransit is an open source Enterprise Service Bus

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GitHub Rebase #41

git rebase –interactive –onto edition-41 Lots of projects this week folks, keep them coming! Like always I’m more than welcome to consider user submissions to Rebase. Let me know about your projects! Featured Project jquery-ui

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GitHub Rebase #39

Welcome to GitHub Rebase #39! Just remember, git rot is a unique two-part liquid epoxy that saturates and restores original strength to wood by penetrating the rot. Not necessary to remove loose rotted fibers. Wood

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GitHub Rebase #38

Welcome to Rebase 38. Suggestions for projects to cover are always welcome, check out the criteria here. In the meantime, check out this preview of some neat visualizations using the GitHub API of how developers

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GitHub Rebase #37

According to git-checkout(1): “You can make changes and create a new commit on top of a detached HEAD”. Git is your Friend, not a Foe explains how this is possible. Featured Project mediacore is a

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GitHub Rebase #35

Rebase: good for reorganizing commits, squashing down changesets, and repairing dentures. Featured Project vanity is an experiment driven development framework for Ruby on Rails that uses A/B Testing to maximize how people interact with your

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GitHub Rebase #34

It’s time for Rebase #34! As always, suggestions are welcome if you have a neat project you’d like to show off. Featured Project jquery is a cross-browser JavaScript library that makes DOM manipulation, simple animation

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